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  • jarednt1
    Sep 8, 12:50 PM
    I'm not refusing to blame the mayor. Him and the governor of Louisiana are complete morons. They're partially to blame for the amount of people who couldn't evacuate before the storm (they made no attempt to help.)

    HOWEVER Bush IS partially to blame for the slow federal response. #1 he elected the FEMA heads, neither of which had any clue how to do their job. #2 all of the needed equipment was in Iraq.

    Unfortunately the real people to blame were the ones who decided to build a city in a bowl next to the ocean. But they're long dead, so thats no fun.

    I've said this many times, EVERYONE ********* up a little (or a lot) during this tragedy.

    Thank You, its nice to know there are some people that are sane. As I say there is plenty of blame to go around.

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  • Bonte
    Oct 29, 02:24 PM
    They will take "because it'll kill Apple's hardware business, which is where Apple makes most of their money" as an answer, however.

    Apple's interests lie in selling high-margin solutions, not bottom-of-the-market extremely low margin PCs.

    Think of Dell as Ford, and Apple as BMW.

    The computer - car analogy has to stop, it makes no sense at all. The most reliable car is the Toyota Corolla because it is the longest in production and has the errors worked out a long time ago, worst reliable cars are short production but expensive models like the Ferrari. Ford has less luxury options but may well be more reliable than BMW, price and luxury isn't the key factor here.

    As for the "high-margin solutions" Apple has a good position at the moment, price is competitive and high standard. It looks like Apple wants to keep a firm grip on the top end models but losing it on the low end, there is no sub $500 Mac! (except maybe the "iTV") Licensing an OS has a typical $80 price point and that is more than they make on a Mac Mini (hard- and software together) so it makes sense to me.

    A few years back Steve said that Apple would focus more on software than on hardware (and brought the iPod on the market :) ), the release of 10.5 may well be the turning point for the OS. If Mac sales go the way of the iPod then i agree there is no need to license but if not i see no other option. Its not if but when.

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  • apfhex
    Jan 8, 02:17 PM
    So I just watched a bit of the Bill Gates keynote at CES. It was streaming live at 500k with no problems. Is this because there isn't as many people watching it?
    Probably. :D BTW, you have a link to that? Edit: nvm I found it on MS's site. (http://www.microsoft.com/events/executives/billgates.mspx)

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  • Scott6666
    Apr 8, 02:45 PM
    I bet it is simply..."We have the iPad 2 in stock and no one else does. Come get one."

    If they wanted to hold stock, they could keep them in the warehouse until their special promo. It's weird shipping them to the store and telling them to hold.

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  • transcend
    Sep 26, 11:42 AM
    What's hilarious is that you guys are arguing about beta software and a product that, up until this point, has been a huge disaster. Asking someone to rotate a raw image 180 degrees with a straightening tool is absurd. It isn't meant to do that. End of story.

    I am not sure how many of you are professional photographers, but I can tell you that most of us have tried both products and are still using what works best: Iview media pro and C1 Pro (as well as photo mechanic for iptc info in batches). All 3 products have been around forever, and work flawlessly. What's comical, is that running all 3 of those apps concurently, is faster than running only aperture on my powerbook G4, as well as on my Mac Pro.

    Aperture is a pig even on a shiny new mac pro compared to C1 and Iview. Lightroom just doesn't feel complete, and to be frank, the way the program is laid out is annoying as hell when you need to get things done quickly (like when filing from a football game, on deadline while sorting through 1000+ shots). It takes all day just to even get them imported into aperture, while I view does it in about 2 minutes. In 2 minutes, I can be choosing selects and sepertating the wheat from the chaff. This is not the case with either aperture or lightroom.

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  • Warbrain
    Sep 12, 08:26 AM
    Man, I always wait till after midnight to check for new music that gets released on Tuesdays. Now that Apple has gone and changed my life in some inconceivable way again, I'll have to wait till this afternoon to get my new album fix from them.

    Yea, there was an album that just came out today that I was seriously contemplating purchasing. I even found it this morning before the store went down.

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  • Grakkle
    Nov 16, 09:00 PM
    DigiTimes' track record is amazingly bad. You'd think they'd be right more often just by guessing.

    Frag that, I think they do just guess at random.:p

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  • iliketomac
    Jan 15, 01:29 PM
    the apple remote is an optional extra! like the superdrive, theres an optional extra ethernet USB adapter. (for the MBA single USB port!)
    just wait for the apple USB hub announcement to come in the summer! :D

    Dang, they should have included that in the box!

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  • wrldwzrd89
    Apr 7, 09:24 AM
    Hello all! This is an interesting debate... I think both OSes will be powerhouses by the time they're released. However... Microsoft's upping the ante with Windows 8, it seems. Had I seen this thread, I would have posted this (http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=1132758) here, instead... oh well.

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  • baryon
    Apr 5, 04:46 PM
    I don't know why you people don't like this. Apple announced iAds like a year ago, and I still haven't seen a single one. I'm simply curious about seeing at least one iAd to see what all the fuss is about. This App allows you to see an iAd so you can know what it is, as no one has actually really implemented them yet. This is probably the only place that has iAds in.

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  • PghLondon
    Apr 30, 08:25 AM
    All you've shown me is you are as utterly clueless as they come. :cool:

    Software and computer engineering have zero to do with anything I said, BTW. The business angle of combining iOS with OSX proper is subjective to say the least since we have not seen a market reaction to it yet. In other words, I don't know what you've been smoking, but where can I get some? :p

    The fact that you say they have "zero to do with anything I said" shows just how little you understand. You really think that locking down an OS has nothing to do with software or computer engineering? I can't even begin to come up with a response, as your level of shared knowledge is just too low.

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  • quigleybc
    Sep 9, 01:10 AM
    I agree with you quigley.

    Hip-Hop is very difficult to perform live. No matter how good they sound on the album live just isn't the same.

    I thought Kanye did great with what he had though. And he is definately the best thing to happen to Hip-Hop since the Chronic 2001 was released.

    Agreed, since the Chronic..

    Great Locations think alike. (Van)

    Too many haters on here sometimes.

    I wasn't a huge fan of Kanye with the first album, but this new one is something special I think

    One of those albums that comes along and changes sh#t

    In between, I gotta bring up Outkast as well, just groups/artists that take things in different directions

    Which is why I saw a connection with him performing at the event.

    It didn't seem very rehearsed for one thing. And the dj wasn't really cuttin in and out on time, but Kanye was shakin it like James Brown. He was really dancing hard...kind of funny at times actually, and I think him dancing so hard also affected his vocals..

    Anyway, Kanye west is a good thing...IMO

    and I was just kidding about metallica they're aiiight :D

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  • twoodcc
    Jul 15, 09:23 PM
    im on DSL :D it goes alright i guess.

    howcome you are getting such pathetic speeds? too many people in the street?

    yeah the top dsl speed here is 6 mb/s. not really great, but better than what i'm getting.

    i'm really not sure why the speed is so low.

    I have Mediacom too, I'm supposed to have really fast service, it's ok most of the time but here is what cnet's speed test (http://reviews.cnet.com/internet-speed-test/) gave me.

    try http://www.speedtest.net. i just ran it and got 0.81 mb/s. i'm paying for 12.0

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  • WildCowboy
    Jan 5, 09:35 AM
    There is also no guarantee that the link will be active during the keynote (aka live) .

    Oh, no...I don't think much of anyone expects there to be live coverage. They did away with that some time ago. But the QT archived video should be up within a few hours after the keynote ends.

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  • Winni
    Mar 29, 07:20 AM
    Good. I'm all in favor of Apple adding more incentives for devs to embrace the Mac App store. As a consumer I really like the idea of an App Store that makes buying and installing as easy as one click as well as fostering competition between comparable apps.

    Yes, the AppStore makes it (too) easy to comfortably spend money.

    But as a consumer, I HATE the fact that I cannot sell the software that I purchased in the AppStore once I don't need or want it anymore. You know, this is my LEGAL RIGHT here in Germany, and with stuff bought from the AppStore, I don't have the possibility to execute this right because the AppStore does not have an option to transfer licenses to a new owner.

    Valve's Steam platform has the same limitation, so sadly this is not unique to Apple's store.

    This is why DRMed content should always be boycotted. DRM is not about granting the customer certain rights, it is exclusively about restricting his rights. In this case even to the extent to deny a customer his legal rights.

    I don't have a problem with traditional license keys. That's a copy protection mechanism that I can tolerate. Activation procedures are already problematic (they are unreliable at best), but to dongle software to a specific user account in an online store without enabling the user to transfer that software to a different account should be prohibited by law.

    It'll be their loss, especially since competitors like MS will follow suit and introduce a similar distribution model. Eventually everyone will be in the game, for the the simple reason that they'd like to duplicate Apple's success.

    1. You intentionally ignored the point that referred to Apple's Terms of Service. For example, applications like VMWare Fusion, Parallels Desktop or even SuperDuper! could never be distributed through the Mac AppStore because they belong in a category that Apple does not ALLOW in their AppStore. As a matter of fact, even their own Xcode violates their TOS. But they wouldn't be Apple if the same rules also applied to themselves...

    2. There won't be a Microsoft AppStore for Windows INTEGRATED INTO WINDOWS. EVER. Why? Because they can't for LEGAL reasons. Anti-trust lawsuits, anyone? Microsoft would only get away with that if they implemented a "choose your AppStore" program that would let the people choose which online store they want to use - just like they had to do it for the web browsers. I think that Apple should also be forced to do the same. After all, there is at least one other "AppStore" for the Mac out there that is even OLDER than Apple's own AppStore, and Apple misuses their power to drive those guys out of business. People stopped using Netscape when Internet Explorer came pre-installed on the operating system. Now people will not even try to look for another online store when the AppStore and iTunes are pre-installed on their computers. The same thing. The same rules should apply to Apple as they obviously apply to Microsoft.

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  • Mr_Brightside_@
    Apr 11, 12:14 AM
    What disappoints me in Lion is the system requirements. It is massively bloated. Core2Duo and 2GB of RAM minimum is terrible. Even though my Mac is capable of running it, I'm still not impressed. Hopefully the Resume feature will kick ass so much that it will be worth it. Other than Resume and Versions, the rest of Lion's features are a big 'meh'.
    You are aware that the Core2Duo 'requirement' is because Lion is 64-bit, right?

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  • berkleeboy210
    Sep 12, 10:45 AM
    Must be alot coming out today, if the store is down 1hr and 15min before the actual event.

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  • *LTD*
    Apr 21, 11:20 PM
    The biggest problem with Windows is Microsoft doesn't design Windows for consumers. The biggest chunk of their cash-cow comes from the enterprise. And the Windows desktop platform reflects that.

    That didn't change with Windows 7. What's sad is they have a lot of innovative consumer-focused product teams (Media Center, Zune, XBOX, Live, Bing, Auto Collage, Windows Home Server, etc) that don't work together and don't have enough clout to make their projects prominent. They should let those guys develop the next consumer version of Windows instead of just throwing their different projects into Windows sporadically or in most cases optionally.

    Take the Windows Live components:

    Windows Live Family Safety - Should be integrated into 7's Parental Controls
    Windows Live Mail, Mesh (Backup), Messenger, Movie Maker, Photo Gallery - Should be included on the default "home" version of 7
    Windows Live Writer - Should be included as an optional install


    Then you have the optional Zune jukebox, which should be the default media player in 7 instead of Windows Media Player. Windows Media Player in 7 has a really neat "remote media" feature (think Back to My Mac meets your iTunes library), but no one knows about it or how to use it. And it's not present in the optional Zune jukebox software and isn't compatible with Windows Phones or Zune devices (obvious oversight there).



    Then there's Media Center, which really should be updated to use the newer Metro UI and adopted to be the front-end media experience on both the XBOX 360 (and I'm not talking RDP-like Media Center Extender functionality), PC (for DVD/Blu-ray playback, etc) and possibly tablet UI.


    There's Microsoft Research's Auto Collage, which should be included as a plug-in for Windows Live Gallery instead of a $20 separate program that no one knows about.


    The "Drive Extender" technology that Microsoft recently pulled from Windows Home Server should have been how future versions of Windows handle hard drives (no more drive letters).


    Why Bing photos/themes aren't prominent in Windows 7 or the default wallpaper in 7 I'll never know.


    Don't get me started on the lack of Security Essentials being pre-installed as part of the default "home" version of Windows.


    The list is endless. It's like someone is asleep at the top. And the rest of Microsoft takes the attitude of "We make that? OK. Well, let's just throw it up on the Web site."

    Yes indeed. We all know it's an unfocused mess. Preaching to the choir.

    However, it's good to remind everyone of that now and then. I hate it when MS fans get their hopes up for nothing. Like with the Zune, etc. And pretty much everything else they've half-assed outside of videogames and boxes to play them on.

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  • Surf Monkey
    Mar 17, 01:05 AM
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    Chupa Chupa
    Oct 11, 09:23 PM
    Hellooooo Zune!

    Have fun. You seem like a brown Zune guy. That way no one can tell if its dirty or not.

    Oct 6, 10:44 PM
    I don't understand people who point a video camera at their TV and record it, then upload that video to YouTube. If they can figure out how to connect the camera to the computer, why can't they figure out how to connect the TV?

    Apr 18, 08:30 AM
    Any basic history textbook will include basic information about a person. Left handedness often is mentioned, so is deafness, blindness and other physical differences. Homosexuality isn't in the same league, now is it?

    Why do so many people have a difficult time acknowledging the unique contributions of gay people?

    Have you heard of Wounded Knee? This country has a horrible problem in dealing with minorities an those on the right seem most interested in suppressing anyone who doesn't fit into their narrow and erroneous interpretation of American demographics.

    It's very, very sad.

    Left handed people have always been persecuted and represent a significantly larger portion of society than homosexuals, plus they tend to do well in society regardless of the persecution.

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